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Exam: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Administrator
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Posted: 2013-02-27
Votes: 293
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    • ChennaiBoy from United States 07 21 2013, 7:40 PM Report Spam
      Q30 I selected c – "Remove both host (A) records for Web1 and Web2. Create a new host (A) record named Intranet"
      If you dont get this option then you will have to select "Delete one of the host (A) records named Intranet. Modify the remaining host (A) record named Intranet"

      Q58 i answered C – Startup Memory

      I already uploaded my dumps yesterday and normally ExamCollection takes 3 days to post.

    • Rex from United Kingdom 07 21 2013, 1:32 PM Report Spam
      ChennaiBoy from United States…which questions did you change? How many changes did you make?For instance..What's the correct answer for q30,q58?
    • ChennaiBoy from United States 07 20 2013, 7:18 PM Report Spam
      i got 1000 today and this how i answered for the doubtful questions,

      Q59 – Answer is B – Network adapter
      Q62 – Answer is only A – "Server authentication certificate that is issued by a trusted third-party root CA and that contains the subject name server1.contoso.com"

      Let me know if you guys have doubt in any of the questions and also i have uploaded new dumps with corrections and should be available in 3 days. Good luck to all

    • Nick from United States 07 17 2013, 2:21 AM Report Spam
      Dump is 100% valid but there are lot of wrong answers. I passed with 790,
      Pls do your homework and do not depend on this dump
    • Alex Wong from Singapore 07 16 2013, 6:11 PM Report Spam

      Is it you real exam virtualization part score full mark? Because I'm still confuse for Q59, Virtual adapter or Virtual switch?

    • Rex from United Kingdom 07 15 2013, 6:43 AM Report Spam
      Got 943 today, changed Q58 to C start up ram and Question 59 to C virtual switch.the changes are already there in Razor dump.Good luck to all
    • Psychospantis from Unknown 07 11 2013, 12:35 PM Report Spam
      Test valid
      passed 880
      thanks for dump
    • badz from Netherlands 07 10 2013, 2:12 AM Report Spam
      I think Alex is right:

      Startup Memory

      In the previous version of Hyper-V, Dynamic Memory included “startup memory,” which is defined as the minimum amount of memory that a virtual machine can have. However, Windows requires more memory during startup than the steady state. Some of the virtual machines are assigned extra memory because earlier versions of Hyper-V cannot reclaim memory from these virtual machines after startup. The startup memory value is the amount of physical memory Hyper-V MUST have before it can start the machine. Hyper-V will reserve this amount of memory to the machine for startup. In some cases, you might want to give a machine more memory to start so it can complete startup processes faster. With Windows Server 2012, you can now give it the memory it needs to be quick then just let Hyper-V take it back when it is done. Startup RAM can ONLY be defined/changed while the machine is OFF.


      Minimum Memory

      The required memory to run an idle virtual machine is less than the required memory to start that virtual machine. By reclaiming unused memory from the idle virtual machines, you can potentially run more virtual machines on one host. To do this, you specify a smaller value for the minimum memory than for the startup memory. However, if you do this in Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, a virtual machine cannot restart when the host does not have enough physical memory. This limitation is more problematic in environments where many virtual machines are idle on a host, such as pooled VDI environments and server consolidation environments that are under low load (for example, during the night). Hyper-V will auto-adjust the “assigned memory” down has the memory demand decreases or as the host needs more memory for higher priority workloads. However, it can never (regardless of priority) take more than the minimum amount of memory away from a guest.

    • Alex Wong from Singapore 07 09 2013, 4:32 PM Report Spam
      Hi guys,

      Q58 the correct answer is "C" Startup Memory, Please fix it.

      We should remember this, "Startup Memory" is work when the "Host" Hyper-V Server restart while "Minimal Memory" just work for "Virtual Machines" restart!

      When the Hyper-V Server is restart, it's no enough physical memory to boot up all the virtual machines, we should adjust all the startup memory of virtual machines to make the Hyper-V host server able to boot up all the virtual machines on next server reboot.

      "Minimal memory" just for the VM restart while the host Hyper-V server is running and no enough physical memory for that VM boot up from restart. So, the minimal memory will borrow the host server disk spaces act as smart paging to provide VM boot up, but it will affect the VM performance.

    • B from United Kingdom 07 09 2013, 7:21 AM Report Spam
      This is "Microsoft.PassLeader.70-414.v2013-05-13.by.09pFuchs.95q" modified dump.
      I passed with this on 2013.07.04 with 910. So there is still some wrong answer, but more then enough to pass the exam.
      Good luck!
    • MCSA from Canada 07 05 2013, 1:31 PM Report Spam
      Thanks for uploading new dumps. Can anyone check it for more accuracy? Thanks Exam Collection :)


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